DEVON WEDDING VENUES
Circus Wedding in Devon
This has to be one of the most fun wedding days I have had the honour to photograph. The circus wedding on the Devon/Cornwall border of Aimz & Lucas was a day of wonderful moments. As soon as I met them I had a feeling for what kind of day we were in for and it did not dissapoint. Lucas is a professional juggler so it was no surprise that there were loads of Circus elements to the day.
The wedding day all started off quite traditionally with Bridal prep at Lucas’ family home. We then off to the ceremony at the beautiful Morwenstow Church, before heading up to the Koa Tree Camp for the reception. They had set up two marquees for their do, a traditional white one for the food and speeches. Their speeches were another great moment in the day I had a tear in my eye for those ones not for the first time.
“We gushed sooooo much looking at them the first, second and still gushing every time we look at them. You captured so many beautiful moments, the speech photos are our absolute faves! I’m so thankful you were recommended to us, I couldn’t imagine having more amazing photos, thank you Mike”
Next to the white marquee, joined by a secret tunnel behind where the newlyweds were sitting, was a fantastic Red and White Big Top! Finished off with a Black & White checkered dance floor, and a Trapeze!! The assembled guests were treated to a juggling and trapeze show and some pretty cool swing dancers. Who after their turn tried to teach a pretty anibriated crowd how to swing themselves, good times and great photos followed 🙂
Its for days like this that I work, all weddings are special with great moments. A wedding is really about people, not the location nor flowers or cake and all that other stuff that makes your wedding yours, but about the love between you both and your families and friends all celebrating together. Some of these days I have the pleasure to be invited to photograph are just well, epic.
Thank you, Aimz & Lucas, for letting me be part of your beautiful love story. Here’s a taste of what I saw and felt…